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secp256k1 wrapped with cffi to use with python

Project description

Bitcoin secp256k1 C library wrapped with CFFI to use with Python2 and PyPy2.

Benchmarks

These results are achieved on an Intel Core i5-4200U CPU @ 1.6GHz:

cffi took: 0.75secs / 74μs per op  / 13391 signs per sec

cffi took: 1.09secs / 109μs per op  / 9170 recovers per sec

Usage

This library offers sign, recover and verify from the secp256k1 bitcoin lib used like this:

sig = ecdsa_sign_raw(msg32, seckey)

pubkey = ecdsa_recover_raw(msg32, sig)

ecdsa_verify_raw(msg32, sig, pubkey)

Dependencies

On Ubuntu:

$ sudo apt-get install libssl-dev libffi-dev libtool

Installation

Clone repo:

git clone https://github.com/czepluch/pysecp256k1.git

Install

To install package:

python setup.py install

Development

To install:

python setup.py develop

Test

To test and install test dependenceis:

python setup.py test

Generate source & binary pakacages

To generate installable source and binary packages:

python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel

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